Board-Certified Urologist in Albany, GA
Michael B. Monahan, D.O.
Dr. Michael Monahan joined Albany Urology Clinic in 2016 after moving back home from Michigan. He is a graduate of Deerfield Windsor School of Albany and the University of Georgia where he completed his Bachelor of Science degree. He then went on to West Virginia to complete his medical training at WVSOM (West Virginia School of Medicine) before spending 5 years completing his urology residency at Michigan State University. Training and leaning from some of the most accomplished urologists in their field at Beaumont Hospital, Henry Ford Hospital, and Cleveland Clinic, he decided to bring his urologic skills back home to Albany GA.
Dr. Monahan is a Fellow of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, a member of the American Urological Association, Southeast Section American Urological Association, American Osteopathic Association, American Association of Clinical Urologists. He is actively involved in training of students and residents and has administered oral boards for urology residents. Dr. Monahan is a clinical professor at PCOM (Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine) and the Medical College of GA training and mentoring medical students and residents. He has also spoken and given presentations at national conferences around the country. Working with local organizations including the Boys and Girls Club, YMCA, and Georgia SERV has helped him become more involved in the community.
Dr. Monahan is well trained in general urology with interests in robotic oncology, endourology, kidney stones, female urology, erectile dysfunction and BPH. He now offers minimally invasive prostate procedure UroLift and Rezum.
As a native of Albany, Dr. Monahan appreciates the opportunity to serve the South Georgia community. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his wife Erin, their new baby Rileigh and their dogs. He is an avid golfer and enjoys travel and cheering on the Dawgs.
“In urology, patients can see life changing results. Patients can become more active, spend more time with family, and in many cases live a better life. Helping patients in this process and being there for them drives me every day.”